L’Hotel Nina at Convention Center
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L’Hotel Nina at Convention Center


Many area attractions can be reached from the L’Hotel Nina et Convention Center. These attractions include Disneyland, Tsuen Wan Park, Town Hall, Mongkok, Yuen Yuen Institute, Tsuen Wan Shopping Center, and the Tsimshatsui shopping area.

If you get a last minute deal you might pay as little as USD $75 per night and rates will range all the way up to about USD $300 per night. It’s worth checking with them for last minute offers.


The Café Circles on the hotel 9th floor is an all-day interactive venue which offers breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. This hotel restaurant offers service every day from 6.30am to 11.30 pm.

Western and Oriental cuisines will be served from time to time under a causal and warm atmosphere. Currently, hotel buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and hotel buffet dinner in American style is being served.


A cozy and comfortable environment is provided by combining modern facilities like 32” LCD panel screen TV with well-designed furniture and office desk. The bathtub is separated with a glass screen to allow a breathtaking view while you are enjoying yourself in the pool of water. Choice of King and queen-queen bed.

Viewing the bustling city combined with rolling hills through the large windows definitely proves to be an enjoyment. Superior rooms also feature a bath room with a glass screen to ensure the stunning view can be captured at every moment. The sizable working area is specially designed to ensure a comfortable working environment is provided to increase efficiency.


Fitness Room/Gym, Swimming pool, Tour Desk, Tennis Courts, Medical Assistance Available, Sauna, Bath / Hot Tub, Excursions, Salon, Fitness Facilities, Jacuzzi, Solarium, Beauty Salon, Child Pool, Pool Indoor, Pool Outdoor.


L’hotel Nina et Convention Centre, with its twin towers, provides more than 1608 contemporary hotel rooms of different type to suite for all travellers. The all-inclusive choices range from rooms to suites of 28-47 m2, standard to executive, and sea view to mountain and city view according to their own preference.

Rooms specially designed for the disabled and rooms with balconies are also available. Over half of the rooms offer sea views over Rambler Channel, some even reaching further to the famous Ting Kau Bridge and Tsing Yi Island. Other rooms feature a bustling city view combined with rolling hills.

Customer Reviews

"That's a great place for staying. Actually I just stayed for 3 days, but I loved the place. Near the train station, and near the shopping mall. I recommend for everyone! One of the most beautiful that I have ever been before! :)" Elton Fedel, Timbo, South Carolina


"First I would like to clarify a common mistake in some of the previous reviews. It's important to note this mistake if you haven't to Hong Kong because each island there offers a different experience. This hotel is located in The New Territories, which is not Kowloon. While Kowloon offers more of the upscale hotels with the best views of the Hong Kong skyline in Central, you'd be hard pressed to find a better hotel anywhere at this price. I was located on the 56th floor with spectacular views of the harbor and the Tsing Ma Bridge for around 75 USD per night! The CityWalk mall that was connected to the hotel provided fantastic shopping and excellent food. Plus it was only about a 5 minute walk from my room.

This area also provides a more local feel, so it was a fun experience staying there considering this was my first visit to Asia. Some of the locals speak very good English despite the fact there is not many tourists in the area, those who don't try their best to accommodate you in English. Service in the hotel was prompt and friendly. The buffet in the hotel was the best I've ever had and it only set me back about 18 USD. I can't wait to stay here again when I am lucky enough to revisit Hong Kong. Be very wary of any 2 or 3 star reviews of this Hotel when the reviews claim that the room and service was excellent, and the surrounding restaurants were good. These people seem to be incredibly hard to please."  Rudy Luevano, California, USA